New Author Amy Pecic returns to Keeping It Real with Denna and finishes up her conversation on how bullying affected her life. Amy reveals how she overcame this abuse and why she decided to become an advocate against bullying by writing a book.
Our series on bullying comes to a close as Amy discusses going through therapy and finding healing. She’ll admit to an unhealthy dating relationship with a rock star that finally gave her the wakeup call she needed. Amy decided enough was enough and walked into counseling. She continued to go consistently for two years and found journaling to be one of her healthy outlets to work though issues. Realizing she had a powerful message during a writing retreat, she knew she needed to use her writing to advocate against bullying. Learn the details of her book and when to expect to get your copy on stands!
Our next series will dive deep into the Fatherless Daughter Project. Host Denna Babul’s book, The Fatherless Daughter Project: Understanding Our Losses and Reclaiming Our Lives will be on stands in 2 weeks! Tune in to hear all the details on Denna’s book tour and book signing. You’ll even hear her personal fatherless story from start to finish. You won’t want to miss this.
About the Guest
Amy Pecic is currently a writer and public relations consultant. Her professional background includes over 20 years in sales, business development and public relations. She’s worked with clients at some of the largest media networks, publishing companies and advertising agencies across the Southeast, Midwest & South Central United States. In the fall of 2013, Amy moved to London, England to join her husband, and enjoyed the opportunity to explore Europe extensively. Although she loved living abroad and experiencing different cultures, she’s learned there’s no place like home. She and her husband have relocated back to Atlanta, and she now is a contributing writing with xojane.com. In addition, she will be consulting with a PR Tech firm within the coming months.
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